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Report from The Record and The Aegis | March 21, 2013
Harford Community College and Sappari Solutions Professional Organizing will provide a one-stop location for people to clear the clutter in their homes in an environmentally responsible way. The third annual Clear Your Clutter Day is planned Saturday, April 27, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the college. The event will be held rain or shine. To address the logistical challenges associated with the overwhelming turnout this event has had in the past, a new traffic pattern has been established.
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August 22, 2013
Harford Community College has been gearing up for the fall sports season. Here's a peek at the women's and men's soccer teams. The college has also named a new softball coach. Women's soccer A seven-win, four-tie campaign might not qualify as disappointing to most teams, but the Harford women's soccer program does not qualify as most teams. Under the guidance of 10-year head coach Jason Muffoletto, the Fighting Owls have finished in the top 10 in the nation numerous times, including a No. 4 finish in 2011.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | June 8, 2012
The Harford County Department of Public Works has announced that Thomas Run Road from Route 22 to Medical Hall Road, by the Harford Community College campus, will be closed to traffic on or about Wednesday, June 13. The road will be closed for approximately 20 days to allow construction work to be completed. Access to the John Archer School and Harford Technical High School will still be possible from the Route 22 end of Thomas Run Road. Motorists who normally travel Thomas Run Road should make other arrangements during the period of the temporary road closure, the county DPW said For more information, call 410-638-3217, ext. 2434.
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Editorial from The Aegis | March 19, 2013
Alcohol consumption has a long and storied association with college life, much of it not good. The degree to which that association is promoted at Harford Community College is a matter of substantial public concern. Though the discussions are very preliminary, there's talk of asking the local delegation to the Maryland General Assembly to establish a special class of liquor license that would be appropriate for the new APGFCU Arena on campus at HCC. The arena is the largest public venue in Harford County, with seating for in excess of 3,000 people, depending on the type of event.
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Editorial from The Aegis | April 16, 2013
It's the kind of decision that can be lost in the shuffle of more flashy public policy discussions, but the decision last week by leadership at Harford Community College to reject eight bids on a major construction project is the kind of thing more public-funded enterprises should do more regularly. In this instance, the college budgeted $17.423 million for construction of a new building for the Nursing and Allied Health program at the school. Nursing is, and long has been, a cornerstone of community college offerings, particularly at Harford, so it makes perfect sense that HCC would be growing to accommodate such a program.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2012
Towson University will be allowed to construct and operate a new branch on the campus of Harford Community College, under a decision released Friday afternoon by the state's interim secretary of higher education. The $25 million project will proceed despite previously expressed reservations from Morgan State University leaders, who questioned the fairness of allowing Towson to stake a foothold in Harford County, a growing suburb with a rich base of military jobs and no four-year universities.
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November 9, 2003
Harford Community College's Family Series presents Story Salad Productions in Amelia Bedelia 4 Mayor! at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Amoss Center. This production is recommended for ages 8 to 12. In Amelia Bedelia 4 Mayor! by Herman Parish, everyone's favorite maid decides to run for mayor. Literal-minded Amelia Bedelia debunks the theory that politicians seldom keep their promises by always doing what she says she will do. Harford Community College encourages people with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities.
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February 9, 2003
Harford Community College's Continuing Education and Training Division will hold a one-session course on agri-tourism from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday in Edgewood Hall on the HCC campus. The course is designed for the small farmer who would like to try creative ideas for using farm products to attract tourists and to bring in additional revenue. Discussions will include how enterprises such as petting demonstrations, gourd production and corn mazes have paid off and brainstorming ways that products or property can increase cash flow.
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November 11, 2007
Harford Community College will celebrate International Education Week tomorrow through Friday to showcase the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. The public is invited to participate in the college's events, which include: Tomorrow: The Multicultural Student Association will give "tours" of a Flags of the World display from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Student Center, Globe Cafe. HCC President James LaCalle will lead a re-dedication ceremony for the international flags flown across the HCC campus at 1 p.m. in the front entrance of the Student Center.
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By Sherrie Ruhl and Sherrie Ruhl,Staff Writer | July 26, 1992
High school students can now get a head start on college by taking classes at Harford Community College.Students participating in the new program can attend high school in the morning, then take college classes in the afternoon, said Jim Quigg, coordinator of HCC's academic advising activities.The college classes can be used to satisfy high school requirements; every six college credits equal one high school class, Quigg said.Juniors or seniors, who must pay for the college classes, can take more than six classes.
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